Zero Day Planning: light-weight long-range planning
Outline/Structure of the Talk
Understand the Zero Day Planning process
Learn from examples of budget planning, roadmap deliverable, and fixed-date planning
Discover the role the team plays in high-level estimation
See how the Product Owner and Scrum Master contribute to successful execution
product owners, scrum masters, leaders, project managers
schedule Submitted 2 years ago
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